renal agenesis

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renal agenesis

Type: Term Definitions: 1. absence of one or both kidneys, most commonly unilateral with absence of the ipsilateral paramesonephric duct and its derivatives; renal function is normal as long as the remaining kidney is intact; bilateral or complete renal agenesis is associated with Potter facies and neonatal death.
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Renal Agenesis

Renal agenesis occurs when one or both kidneys are missing. If only one kidney is missing, the chances of survival are good because one kidney is capable of functioning without the other. However, a baby that is born with both kidneys missing will either be born stillborn or die within hours of birth. Researchers believe that renal agenesis occurs....
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Renal agenesis

Renal agenesis is a medical condition in which one (unilateral) or both (bilateral) fetal kidneys fail to develop. It can be associated with RET or UPK3A. ==Bilateral== Bilateral renal agenesis is the uncommon and serious failure of both a fetus` kidneys to develop during gestation, and is one causative agent of Potter sequence. This absence of k....
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